Hackers accessed undisclosed number of DoorDash customer's information and some partial payment data According to a recent announcement from from DoorDash, malicious hackers stole credentials from employees of a third-party vendor that were then used to gain access to some of DoorDash’s internal tools. DoorDash said the attackers accessed names, email addresses, delivery addresses and phone numbers of DoorDash customers. For a “smaller subset” of users, hackers accessed parti
Just 2 days ago Apple released two security reports that disclose serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices.
Apple’s explanation of the vulnerability means a hacker could get “full admin access” to the device, allowing intruders to impersonate the device’s owner and subsequently run any software in their name. Apple did not say in the reports how, where or by who
This week The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued an alert warning US citizens of an all-time high of SMS phishing attacks. The attackers are aiming to steal personal details and money. How bad is it? ▪Complaints regarding unwanted text messages have grown from 15,300 in 2021 to 8,500 by June 2022.▪Some independent reports estimate that billions of robotexts are being sent each month. For example, RoboKiller had estimated that consumers received over
Hi guys, Attila here with some exciting news! At long last, after waiting almost 2 years, we have been awarded the trademark for the company name we have always wanted. The new name is: CYPAC, CYPAC is a combination of the words cyber and Pacific! And a new name means updated branding and website. We even launched a logo contest and had over 570 submissions! Aaaannd the winners is this one! Thanks to the branding help from our friends at Sparkfire Studios, the new tagline of